The Santa Cruz Public Library system faces an ever-shrinking budget and a challenging economic climate. Strategic Plan Committee seeks to address these economic challenges and plan for the future.
Joint Committee on the Master Plan for Higher Education meets in Sacramento to hear testimonies of invested residents.
University Council – American Federation of Teachers (UC-AFT) hosted “Where Do Student Fees Go?,” a budget forum, on Wednesday.
Overprescription in the doctor’s offices has led to overconsumption in college campuses. Now, ADHD medications are the go to drugs for students trying to balance the rigors of academia. So who’s to blame?
Hidden between a Quizno’s and the 1010 Pacific Apartments downtown, sits a new independently owned retail therapy gem.
This photo essay is meant to chronicle my recent trip to the Monterey Bay Aquarium. The visit sparked memories of the amazing and mysterious creatures that I was so fascinated with as a kid. I wanted to capture that sense of amazement through a mixture of photos of some of the astonishing and peculiar sealife [...]
The University of California, Santa Cruz promises a world-class education. Let’s hope the whole world speaks English. As the globe is becoming ever more connected and dependent on cross-border communication, the UC is regressing to a place where foreign language skills are deemed worthless.
Dean of Humanities Georges Van Den Abbeele seeks consultation in implementing cuts to humanities.
Question: What alternate name would you have given the iPad?